News of Note—GlaxoSmithKline’s Mosquirix, Emergent BioSolutions and more

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In this week's news of note, a pilot study of GSK’s malaria vaccine, Mosquirix, has been delayed. (Pixabay)

Here is some other vaccine news of note for the week:

> Stakeholders are still navigating the complex planning process for a three-country pilot study of GlaxoSmithKline’s Mosquirix. Financial Times article

> Emergent BioSolutions got approval to introduce its anthrax vaccine, BioThrax, in Italy, Poland, the U.K., the Netherlands and France. Washington Business Journal article

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> CDC Director Robert Redfield divested stock in Baltimore vaccine company Profectus BioSciences before taking on the CDC job. The Washington Post article

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